The General Power of Attorney is used for appointing a lawyer to handle all the legal and financial affairs of a person.
Two Parties Partnership Agreement (a general partnership) will be established under local law. It provides a basic Partnership framework only. This agreement is drafted in Neutral Form.
A factoring agreement is used to finance a business. Under a factoring contract, the factoring company will temporarily purchase certain business assets and provide the business owner some money that they can use to fund and finance the business.
This is a standard template for Memorandum of Understanding
Mutual Referral Agreement is entered between two parties wherein each party refers potential clients to the other in exchange for a commission / referral fee.
An unincorporated joint venture / consortium agreement with a JV leader and participants to provide service to a client in a particular jurisdiction. The association is for services required for a specific project, rather than for a more permanent type of arrangement. This agreement is drafted for 2 parties in Neutral Form.
An unincorporated joint venture / consortium agreement with a JV leader and participants to contribute to the manufacturing of products in a particular jurisdiction. The association is for products required for a specific local project, rather than for a more permanent type of arrangement. This agreement is drafted for 3 parties and in Neutral Form.
One way Non Compete and Non Solicitation agreement for discussion of business relationship. It imposes a unilateral non-compete and non-solicitation obligation on one party. This is drafted in short and simple form to procure signing without negotiation. This is drafted in neutral form.
This Heads of Agreement (HOA) / Heads of Terms (HOT) is applicable in a sale and purchase of business situation. This represents the good faith intentions of the parties but also includes a deposit from the Buyer. This document is drafted in Neutral Form.
Essentially, all businesses in Hong Kong must obtain a business registration certificate from the Inland Revenue Department (the “IRD”) and display a valid certificate at the place of business. Businesses in the form of sole proprietorship and partnership have to be registered with the IRD. Registration must be done within a month of commencement of … Read more